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Cartographica delivers in-depth research and writings covering a wide range of cartographic studies including the production, design, use and cognitive understanding of maps, the history of maps and Geographical Information Systems. Cartographica attracts submissions from scholars around the world, bringing a variety of views and opinions to the attention of those in the field. This resource is indispensable for all involved with the creation, use and interpretation of maps. Each volume of Cartographica is comprised of four issues: two or three regular issues and one or two single-topic monographs. These special monograph issues, accommodating book-length manuscripts, provide an extensive look at one particular area of cartography. The regular issues also include strong reviews of reference books and atlases as well as listings of recent cartographic literature from around the world. Cartographica publishes abstracts in French, German and Spanish.
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